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« Le Tribunal arbitral du sport, juge administratif global ? », Dossier : la globalisation du droit administratif

Abstract : The Court of Arbitration for Sport as a "global administrative judge" can be seen in two ways, depending on whether the emphasis is placed on the "administrative" or the "global" aspect. On the one hand, the CAS would be similar to an administrative judge, in the functional sense of the term (working in the global sphere), while on the other hand it would present itself as a global regulatory body (participating in the dissemination of administrative-type standards). Thus, the analogy between the CAS and the administrative judge, which will be an opportunity to envisage a form of globalisation of administrative law, will be followed by the transposition of the doctrine of "global administrative law" to the CAS - it will then be more a question of the "administrativisation" of global (sports) law.
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Franck Latty. « Le Tribunal arbitral du sport, juge administratif global ? », Dossier : la globalisation du droit administratif. Revue française de droit administratif, Dalloz, 2019, pp.975-984. ⟨hal-03086190⟩

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